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"Lula Live at the Half Moon"

The long blonde Lula Belle introduces her songs and away the newly cello’d and violin’d band plays. Noticeably the many a string instrument crooned over creates a Mumford and Son’s feeling, with plenty of guitar knobbing (the hitting of the wood creating a folksy drum beat), the additional backing assembly do well fashioning the sort after sound. Instantly Lula’s voice is unmistakably like that of another big BRIT, Adele, and no sooner do I find this comparison does Lula announce her next song, chosen from The Jools Holland Show, will be a cover of one such Adele. Lula gives a mini break down of each songs meaning with a proverbial ease, her confidence is reputed in this venue having played here more than four times she definitely reigns in a copious crowd. A little gem of hers is “Like Graffiti” a simple messaged song that easily sits well in between similar vibes of Ellie Golding, Diana Vickers and Natasha Bedingfield.

Miss Belle finishes and departs as does 87% of the audience, just as the supporting Night School are tucking into their pop charting how-it-should-be-done evening lesson, the audience dwindles, somewhat slightly discourteously. Another act, another Apple Mac, the minimal two man group pop out a few pleasing chartable hits. The lead singer pivot dances (love pivot dancers) and snaps crisp vocals especially enjoyable in “Lose Control” with “I lose control, hold off me, I wanna roll” chorusing this upbeat chic sound. Unfortunately the night cuts short, and the few audience members left straggling only get a ten minute glimpse of a promising Night School.

The evening showcased the up and coming talent of Lula Belle and it is her seemingly persistent attitude towards familiarising and bettering herself creatively, that I am consciously reminded that I too should stay in touch with my other arts loves. I suppose for me the mini message of the Moon is that; one must consider all arts equally enticing and you must pursue all channels a creative mind wishes to dabble in. Obvs New Years revs; stop snuggling Coronas and embrace a microphone, or hug a cello.
- MusicVita


"To Kill A King Support tour"

The next support act was a female solo artist called Lula. Her vocal ability was unquestionable as she sang out with confidence. I was very impressed by her set, it was made different from the thousands of female singers out there by her creative use of auto-tune (and various other mic effects). She utilised the effects to empower her vocals and add another dimension rather than improve them. We already had proof of her spectacular voice. Lula very much reminded me of the American singer Imogen Heap. - The Edge


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Lula is a young, London-based singer-songwriter, who’s unique style of pop draws in from many influences. Her colourful life has shaped her vibrant sound and has already garnered the attention of industry taste-makers. She’s done so with the organic self-expression of her everyday life, using her multi-instrumental know-how and elegant vocals.

Lula has worked with producer Jake Gosling on the E.P. ‘Abandon’, which has been released on iTunes, and after refining her sound on tour with various artists in the UK, is now preparing to record her next release. Her next offering, a four track E.P. titled ‘Burning Boxes’, is set to be released Spring 2013.